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In contrast to the contentious and bloody history that divided them in the past, Lutherans across the world are praying for Catholics as they seek a new pope.
Representatives of Lutheran churches and educators in Latin America and the Caribbean gathered in Bogota, Colombia, recently.
President Barack Obama spoke movingly of his Christian faith at a White House prayer breakfast, says the US Evangelical Lutheran presiding bishop.
Elements of Anglican and Lutheran worship will mark celebrations on 1 May of a decade of full communion relationships in North America.
The ACT Alliance of churches' aid agencies has announced the appointment of the Rev Dr Rebecca S. Larson as deputy General Secretary, as from 1 March 2011.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has committed $50,000 in international disaster funds to The Lutheran World Federation for Haiti hurricane relief.
US church development agency executives have told the world not to forget Haiti, which is still recovering from a devastating earthquake.
Two Lutherans left the Augustinian priory in Erfurt, Germany, on 22 August, to walk one thousand miles retracing the footsteps of Martin Luther.
An interfaith delegation’s recent visit to the Middle East could provide “a model and encouragement” for other Christians, Muslims and Jews to work together to promote peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
As Christians globally take part in events marking World AIDS Day, members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America are holding worship services, gatherings and advocacy activities.